Range Rover Evoque: Single locking - Exiting the vehicle - Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Owner's ManualRange Rover Evoque: Single locking

Single locking secures the vehicle and prevents the doors from being opened from outside. The doors may still be unlocked and opened using the interior door locks and release levers. In this state, only the perimeter (exterior) alarm is activated. When the vehicle is Single locked and the alarm is armed, the alarm will sound if: - The bonnet, tailgate or a door is opened.

In some markets where a battery backed sounder is fitted the following actions will also sound the alarm: - The vehicle battery is disconnected.

- An attempt is made to disconnect the alarm siren.

Note: Single locking should be used in circumstances such as travelling on a ferry, if pets are to be left in the vehicle, or if a window must be left open.

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    Double locking
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